Kinesiology 4433A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: High Force, Hypertrophy, One-Repetition Maximum

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Anthropometry: scientific study of the measurements and proportions of the human body. 3 different proportions (limb lengths) in figure affects setup of movement: all are correct. Different proportions affect technique and depth of squat. Short trunk is the worst on lower back and hip. Squat assessments: quadruped test (in lab, hip scour test (in lab) 1 rm testing protocol: try to do in less than 5 sets. Assess your athlete/client: training status, training background/exercise history, type of training program, length of previous training program. Intensity of previous training: degree of exercise technique experience. Step 3 training frequency: training status. Example of general training priorities by sport season. Step 4 exercise order: power (explosive, main, assistance, multi joint first single joint, large muscle areas first smaller muscle areas, alternating push/pull, upper/lower, etc. to allow for greater recovery, compound sets same muscle group. Sequencing affects exercise performance, force production and fatigue.

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